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The Social Security Administration is Getting Serious About Your Bad Data

The Social Security Administration is Getting Serious About Your Bad Data

1099, Blog, ONESOURCE August 10, 2018

The Social Security Administration (SSA) recently announced that they will begin something that they have been threatening about for years. The SSA obviously wants and needs accurate data like properly spelled names and correct Social Security Numbers (SSN). So, they have announced that they will begin mailing Employer Correction Request Notices (EDCOR) (I’m just not … Read More

New disaster relief credits available to help you help your clients

New disaster relief credits available to help you help your clients

When disasters strike, the last thing your clients are thinking about are their taxes. Yet they will likely be looking for assistance and financial guidance to help them get through such difficult and trying times. Finding out that his/her business is eligible for a disaster relief credit could potentially be critical for a client desperately … Read More

Ireland’s Corporate Tax Strategy and BEPS

Ireland’s Corporate Tax Strategy and BEPS

On July 31, 2018, Ireland’s Department of Finance released its Corporation Tax Strategy Report (TSG 18/01), dated July 10, 2018. The report discusses Ireland’s proposals with respect to taxing the digital economy, hybrid mismatches, controlled foreign companies (CFCs), limitation on interest deductions, and the Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty-Related Measures to Prevent … Read More

Four Types of Stories That Will Help You Earn More Business

Four Types of Stories That Will Help You Earn More Business

The title on this blog post was originally “Four Stories That Will Help You Sell More Services”. Do accountants, attorneys, payroll providers and bankers sell services? It sounds so tawdry. Ask any of your peers if they sell services and their unfiltered, off-the-cuff response will likely be “no” – until they think about it, and … Read More

Has Article 1 of the TFA Become a Casualty of Donald Trump’s Trade War?

Has Article 1 of the TFA Become a Casualty of Donald Trump’s Trade War?

As discussed in an earlier post (Shouldn’t Governments be Doing more to Fulfill the Promise of the TFA Article 1?), the Trade Facilitation Agreement mandates that each World Trade Organization member promptly publish tariff and regulatory trade information in an “easily accessible manner”. This requirement is being tested to its limits … Read More